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Teahouse of the August Moon, a free play showing at OTTA

Sachiko Yoshitsugu

Moved to Chicago two years ago. Interests are: the Outdoors, Fashion, economics, and obviously journalism. I have a twin sister.

association_logo.jpg    This Saturday, March 6th, the Old Town Triangle Association is hosting a free performance of The Teahouse of the August Moon, a comedic play about a botched attempt by an US Colonel Purdy to "Americanize" a small village in Okinawa, Japan. Playwright John Patrick adapted the play from the novel authored by Vern Snieder. 

Shirley Baugher, an very active member of Old Town and the OTTA is director of the play and part of the Reader's Theater Production. 

The show begins at 3:30 p.m. at OTTA building on North Park Avenue. 

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